I am a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Atmospheric and Oceanic Scineces Program, Princeton University and NOAA GFDL Seasonal-to-Decadal Variability and Predictability Division.
My overarching research interest is to understand physical processes through which large-scale atmospheric circulations modulate regional hydroclimate variability. Specifically, I am interested in how such processes are captured in state-of-the-art climate models for forecasting hydroclimate extremes. I have recently been working on the warm season hydroclimate variability over North America, including ENSO summertime teleconnections & impacts on the US and springtime subseasonal drought developements over the central US.
Currently at Princeton University / NOAA GFDL, my research project is associated with using GFDL SPEAR high-resolution model to examine the increasing extreme precipitation in North America, and evaluate the projected change in these extreme precipitation events in the warming climate.